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Resilience and Recovery – From Brain Injury to Law School

Rozman was in trouble. He had a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). The first few minutes to hours after a TBI are particularly important—the bruised and injured brain swells, fluid can build up in the brain (called hydrocephalus), and blood vessels may become damaged.

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